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Gardening myths debunked by Oregon State University Extension Service experts

Neil Bell, OSU Extension horticulturist. MYTH: Brown recluse and hobo spiders are common in Oregon. REALITY: It is commonly thought that hobo and brown recluse spiders cause necrotic bites in this state, when in fact the brown recluse is not found in 


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Sleigh Full Of Gifts

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Inspired by the vintage revival trend and feelings of Christmas nostalgia, Neil Faulkner has created a colorful and enchanting series of figures that recreate the classic and much loved moments of the festive season with a retro twist. Sleigh Full of Gifts is an appealing study of a cute little girl with wide eyes and rosy cheeks announcing Santa's arrival. Dressed in a festive retro-styled costume with a reindeer headband, Santa's helper perches on the edge of the sleigh and rings a hand bell. Let the festivities begin!


Gardening myths debunked by Oregon State University Extension Service experts - OregonLive.com

When planting a shrub, don't just add soil amendment to the hole before you backfill. The soil should be amended on an area-wide basis, not just in a planting hole, otherwise roots may stay within the amended soil and not grow into the native soil, creating a root-bound plant within the amended soil of the planting hole. (Alysha Beck/2012) Reality can get skewed when there are so many sources of information - books, magazines, newspapers, nurseries and, most of all, the internet and social media open up lots of room for contradiction. Nine experts from Oregon State University Extension Service stepped up to bust some common gardening myths. For additional questions, call the OSU Extension master gardeners in your area. MYTH: You should top a tree to control its height. REALITY: Trees are programed to attain a certain height. The resulting sucker growth, which grows rapidly in an attempt to provide food for the compromised root system, is weakly attached. Additionally, the trunk is not a limb and cannot use the tree's architectural physiology to seal the wound caused by topping. This often leads to a slow death for the tree. MYTH: Lime will remove moss from your lawn. REALITY: Lime will not fix the problem. Moss prefers to grow in wet, shady conditions. Lawns with moss need more sunlight, i. e. trimming, pruning and thinning trees. If you like the trees the way they are you will continue to have moss and you should think about shade-tolerant alternatives to grass. Moss also grows well in infertile soils, which includes acidic (low pH) soils, but more importantly it also includes nitrogen-deficient soils. Lawns, like a lot of cultivated plants prefer nitrogen-rich soils. Regular fertilizer applications (four applications per year, two in the fall and two in the spring) with products containing nitrogen, combined with improved sunlight will result in a green, dense lawn that can out compete moss. MYTH: Ponderosa pine needles make the soil more acidic (low pH). REALITY: The notion that pine needles change the soil pH so that nothing will grow or that it will damage plants has been out there for years. The truth is pine needles do not make the soil more acidic. It is true that pine needles have a pH of 3. 2 to 3. 8 (neutral is 7. 0) when they drop from a tree. If you were to take the freshly fallen needles (before the needles decompose) and turn them into the soil right away, you may see a slight drop in the soil pH, but the change would not be damaging to the plants. For those of you that leave the needles there on the ground, they will begin to break down naturally and the microbes (decomposers) in the soil will neutralize them. They are a good mulching material that will keep the moisture in, suppress weeds and eventually add nutrients back to the soil. You can also add them to a compost pile. A general rule of thumb is not to add more than 10 percent of pine needles to your compost pile. If you are having difficulty growing other plants under your pine trees it is likely due to the fact that evergreen roots are numerous and shallow and compete for water and nutrients. The shady conditions under a tree cans also make growing other plants a challenge. - Amy Jo Detweiler, OSU Extension horticulturist. MYTH: Just add more compost to the soil. REALITY: Adding organic matter to soil in the form of compost helps to improve soil structure and promote long-term plant health, but adding too much compost at once or over time can lead to problems. If the soil organic matter is much higher than ideal (5 to 8 percent), the soil can have too much available phosphorus, which can stunt plant growth and potentially leach into the water table. Also, some composts can be high in salts, which can also impact plant growth. - Weston Miller, OSU Extension horticulturist. MYTH: Bee houses help promote and conserve bee diversity. REALITY: Although some bee species nest in the cavities provided by bee houses, most bee species nest in the ground. Research out of Canada shows that most cavities in bee houses are colonized by native wasps (that help control pests), and not native bees.

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  1. Neil Bell, OSU Extension horticulturist. MYTH: Brown recluse and hobo spiders are common in Oregon. REALITY: It is commonly thought that hobo and brown recluse spiders cause necrotic bites in this state, when in fact the brown recluse is not found in 
  2. Incident commander Neil Blackburn said the fire at the Bell Inn was most likely caused by heat from the chimney. The fire that gutted The Bell Inn at Parkham was most likely caused by heat coming through the chimney. Neil Blackburn, the fire service
  3. severe thatched roof fire at The Bell Inn, Parkham all day today (Monday). At its height, 13 fire crews from around North Devon were in attendance, withy more than 80 fire fighters. Gazette reporter Tony Gussin spoke to incident commander Neil
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Emeril's Stuffed Bell Peppers or Sweet Banana Peppers (banana pepper, bell pepper, bread crumbs, celery, green pepper, green onion, onions, parmesan cheese, parsley, sausage, rice)

Cheesy Stuffed Bell Peppers (black pepper, cheddar cheese, rice, eggs, garlic powder, green pepper, tomato, ground beef, onions, salt, worcestershire sauce)

Grilled and Stuffed Bell Peppers (bacon, basil, butter, flour, green pepper, monterey jack cheese, black pepper, salt, rice)

Spicy Red Bell Pepper Soup (black pepper, carrot, cayenne, celery, chicken broth, olive oil, garlic, rice, red pepper, red pepper flakes, salt, yellow onions)

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Neil Bell - IMDb
Neil Bell, Actor: Dead Man's Shoes. Neil Bell was born in 1970 in Oldham, Lancashire, England. He is an actor, known for Dead Man's Shoes (2004), Pan (2015) and ...

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Neil Bell (actor) - Wikipedia
Neil Bell (born 2 March 1969) is an English actor, mainly on UK TV and in occasional films. Bell studied drama at Oldham College and has played character roles in ...

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Neil Bell as Tony Teardrop phoro by Lee Jeffries

Neil Bell as Tony Teardrop phoro by Lee Jeffries
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Former boxer O'Neil Bell killed in random street robbery - KPTV - FOX ...

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That Was the Year That Was - 1968
The world would never be the same again It was a year of seismic social and political change across the globe. From the burgeoning anti-Vietnam war and civil rights movements in the United States, protests and revolutions in Europe and the first comprehensive coverage of war and resultant famine in Africa. To some, 1968 was the year of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Yet it was also the year of the Martin Luther King, Jr., and Bobby Kennedy assassinations; the riots at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago; Prague Spring; the antiwar movement and the Tet Offensive; Black Power; the generation gap; avant-garde theater; the upsurge of the women’s movement; and the beginning of the end for the Soviet Union. www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ehCU3oUtVY 1968 In both Europe and America Japanese imported cars and other goods were continuing to rise and trouble the governments of UK and USA as they worried about industries in their own countries being effected and jobs lost. In the...
Buzz Aldrin deploying the Solar Wind Collector
Buzz Aldrin is deploying the Solar Wind Collector (SWC), a foil sheet which he is pointing at the Sun. Note the word 'Shade' printed on the bottom of the back side. The word 'Sun' is printed on the sunward side. At the end of the EVA, after leaving the SWC exposed to the Sun for about 1 hour and 17 minutes, Buzz will roll up the foil and pack it in a bag for analysis back on Earth. Note the considerable clearance between the bottom of the Descent Engine bell and the surface beneath it. Little West Crater is near the horizon on the lefthand side of the image. Note the pattern of scratch marks running from the MESA toward the lower left that were created by the TV cable as Neil Armstrong took the camera away from the LM on the tripod. Neil's footprints are generally to the right of the cable scratches as he moved sideways out from the Lunar Module. Several potentially foot-grabbing loops remain in the cable. The rendezvous radar and various antennas on the top of the ascent stage are...
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36 Top State Republican Party Attorneys Sign Letter Supporting Judge Neil Gorsuch for SCOTUS
Iowa), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, supporting President Donald Trump’s nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court ... Republican Party of Texas; Charles H. Bell, general counsel, California Republican Party; Jason ...

Burlington High School announces honor roll
Seamus Bell, Souleiman Benhida, Maria Benny, Joseph Bertolami, Sebastian Beuchelt, Neil Bhammar, Arya Bhat, Hari Biji, Zachary Bilodeau, Ashlyn Biundo, Ashley Blathras, Anna Blokhin, Lindsay Bodi, Rachel Bolognese, Joseph Bonanno, Vanessa Bonanno ...

Fire at Bell Inn Parkham ‘caused by chimney’
The fire that gutted The Bell Inn at Parkham was most likely caused by heat coming through the chimney. Neil Blackburn, the fire service incident commander at the scene, said their investigation had concluded and the probable cause was either direct heat ...

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